Today marks the Singapore-based fiat-crypto exchange’s entry into the Southeast Asia blockchain market for trading
Led by Junus Eu, Douglas Gan, and Kin-Wai Lau, Singapore-based fiat-crypto exchange EurekaPro has officially entered the Southeast Asian blockchain market today. The expansion will make it easier for users to do fiat-to-crypto trading across Asia.
During the first week of its beta public launch, EurekaPro gained over 8,000 users signups. The exchange will allow holders of the Singapore dollar, Malaysian ringgit, Indonesian rupiah, and other Asian fiat currencies to transact on the EurekaPro exchange.
Using a two-factor authentication (2FA) and secure wallets with 24/7 operability and real-time transactions, EurekaPro exchange offers security and convenience.
The company — which was originally founded in Sweden — offers the EurekaPro token (EKT), an ERC-20 compliant token, that will provide maximum utility and convenience to the consumer through its compatibility with third-party services, wallets, and other exchanges.
“Our platform represents a unique proposition for the blockchain space in Southeast Asia, by removing or reducing entry barriers to the crypto market that may otherwise prevent consumers from adopting blockchain technology EurekaPro aims to empower consumers with two things: the knowledge to harness the potential of blockchain through our online education platform; and the means to break into the crypto market by making fiat-to-crypto transactions easier,” said EurekaPro co-founder and CEO Junus Eu.
EurekaPro began as Overswitch AB, a company headquartered in Sweden before moving to where their international team is based in Singapore and Malaysia.
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